The 2020 Corvette has been revealed! Here’s four quick facts about this all-new, ultra-modern automobile.
New Year, New Everything
Since Glendora Chevrolet had our reveal party for the new 2020 Corvette earlier this month, we haven’t been able to stop thinking about this super sexy sports car. The state-of-the-art, mid-engine Corvette has completely changed the sports car game. With blistering speed and mind-boggling power at a super surprising price, the 2020 Corvette can’t be beat!
No Need for Speed, the 2020 Corvette Already Has Plenty
What’s a sports car if it can’t go fast? For the 2020 Corvette, “fast” is an understatement. Touted by Chevy as the quickest Corvette yet, the all-new Stingray puts Sonic to shame.
With the Z51 Performance Package in place, the Stingray can blast from zero to 60 mph in less than three seconds. An impressive sprint, no doubt, but where does the Stingray peak? With a top speed of 194 mph, this sports car will lap the competition with ease.
That incredible performance is thanks to the Stingray’s all-new 6.2-liter LT2 V8 engine. This bad boy can blow away all challengers with a whopping 495 horsepower and colossal 470 pound-feet of torque.
Mid-Engine Design Allows Big Upgrades
The most iconic feature of the new 2020 Corvette is certainly the all-new mid-engine body design. Placing the engine behind the seats, rather than in front like most cars, gave Chevrolet a huge opportunity for performance and feature improvements. With the heavy heart of the car in the middle, the Stingray features better weight management than ever before. With the driver closer to the front axle, the 2020 Corvette is more responsive and easier to control than ever before. The lack of a bulky engine in front allowed Chevy to lower the front hood, giving drivers better sight-lines to see what lies ahead.
For a car with so much to offer, the 2020 Corvette doesn’t actually cost a lot. Well, a lot for a car of this caliber, that is. The 2020 Corvette gives you insane bang for your buck. The 1LT base trim goes for just $59,995 MSRP.
Chevy says that this trim is meant for “driving purists who want the lightest Stingray possible, but one that’s still very well equipped.” It doesn’t slack on standard features in the name of saving cash, though. A Bose 10-speaker premium audio system will impress you nearly as much as the car itself. Standard 8-way power GT1 seats, wrapped in Mulan leather, will leave you lounging in luxury on even the longest trips. All-season performance tires keep you safe and secure no matter the conditions.
For a starting price of $67,295 MSRP, the 2LT trim adds more interior color options, a better Bose speaker system, heated/vented seating and steering wheel and a head-up display. At $71,945 starting MSRP, the 3LT added even more interior color choices, custom leather-wrapped interior paneling, suede microfiber upper interior trim and standard GT2 seating.